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Ruby Spencer's whisky year

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"A thirty-something American food writer moves to a Scottish village for one year to find inspiration-and love-and fulfill her dream of writing her own cookbook in this charming debut romance. Ruby Spencer is spending one year living in a small cottage with no internet in a tiny town in the Scottish Highlands for three reasons: to write a bestselling cookbook, to drink a barrelful of whisky, and to figure out what comes next. It's hard to know what to expect after an impulse destination choice based on a map of Scotland in her Manhattan apartment-but she knows it's high time she had an adventure. The moment she sets foot in Thistlecross, the verdant scenery, charming cottages, and struggling local pub steal her heart. Between designing pop-up suppers and conversing with the colorful locals, Ruby starts to see a future that stretches beyond her year of adventure. It doesn't hurt that Brochan, the ruggedly handsome local handyman, keeps coming around to repair things at her cottage. Though Ruby swore off men, she can't help fantasizing what a roll in the barley might be like with the bearded Scot. As Ruby grows closer to Brochan and the tightly held traditions of the charming village, she discovers secret plans to turn her beloved pub into an American chain restaurant. Faced with an impossible choice, Ruby must decide between love, loyalty, and the Highlands way of life"--

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